Garth Brooks shares message of strength amid coronavirus: 'Stay apart so we can be together sooner'

The singer shared the message during his Facebook Live show "Inside Studio G."

Garth Brooks continues to share words of encouragement as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Stay strong. Stay at home. Stay apart so we can be together sooner," Brooks stated, reiterating a message he shared last week during "Garth & Trisha Live!" -- a TV special with wife Trisha Yearwood.

The live concert featured the power couple performing beloved hits like Yearwood's "She's in Love with the Boy," and Brooks' anthemic "We Shall Be Free." Though fans were watching from the safety of their homes, Brooks said he could feel the unity through the screen.

"I know this is crazy, but you could feel it. You could actually imagine hearing everyone singing -- especially on 'She's In Love with the Boy' and 'We Shall Be Free,'" he remarked. "That was fun."

Brooks has postponed two upcoming tour dates originally scheduled for May. He'll now play at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, on June 13 and Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati on June 27.